Barron's 400 Index





Strategy

The Barron’s 400 Index, or B400, was jointly developed by Barron’s and MarketGrader and introduced on the cover of the September 3, 2007 issue of Barron’s magazine. In Barron’s words, the index “collects the most fundamentally sound and attractively priced stocks from all corners of the market, using a proven and disciplined stock-selection process.” B400 does not strive to be a benchmark representing the overall U.S. equity market but rather a tool designed to give investors access to America’s most promising stocks.





Base Date

December 31, 1997

No. of Components

400

Minimum Market Cap

USD $250 million

Minimum Liquidity

USD $2 million

Sector Limit

20% (80 companies)

Geographic Exposure

United States

Rebalance Frequency

Semi-annual

Underlying Universe

Companies domiciled in the North America, excluding Canada, listed in U.S. exchanges



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Related Products

The Barron's 400 ETF (NYSE Arca: BFOR)




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